Why should my baby ride rear-facing?

The risk of severe injury to your baby is greatly reduced by using a rear-facing car seat. Rear-facing helps support your child's entire body and protects them better from an injury, especially to the spine.

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1. How can you know if your child (or the child you transport) is big enough to use the safety belt?
2. My baby has long legs and their feet touch the back of the vehicle seat when sitting rear-facing in the car seat. Is this safe?
3. My baby is one year old and over 20 pounds. Can I turn them forward facing?
4. Why should my baby ride rear-facing?